The Official RRL Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.

  1. Dave_SFU

    Dave_SFU Senior member

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    I tried on the moto jacket yesterday in Chicago while hanging out with Dastig. Fit is TTS and slim and the jacket is amazing. He told me they already sold a bunch of them at full price but if one is around still when they go on sale I might grab one
     
  2. stickshift

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    yea I don't get why they don't sew the buttons on more securely
     
  3. hoit1981

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    They look awesome dude. Which button fell off - the fly?
     
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    Yes sir.

    Fabric reminds of the more recent APC stuff; thin and rigid
     
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    Did you go 4 sizes small to allow for the stretch or something?! Seems shite that they would be falling off already...
     
  6. captainshields

    captainshields Senior member

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    This is my greatest fear when buying expensive pants and shirts. haha
     
  7. umonku

    umonku Active Member

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    I have had the buttons fall off of three different (properly sized) officer's chinos, all of which occurred within the first few wears. I would say its a pretty serious issue that RRL needs to address.
     
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    NAMOR Senior member

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    :lol:

    I actually went tts and will have waist
    /leg openkng taken in. The button holes are super stiff and barely large enough.

    Buttons couldnt hold up to a single night of boozing and multiple impromptu/hurried sidewalk restroom breaks
     
  9. captainshields

    captainshields Senior member

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    Just got my first pair of rrl pants...now I'm afraid to wear them! [​IMG]
     
  10. stickshift

    stickshift Senior member

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    You just gotta sew the buttons on tighter
     
  11. hoit1981

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    Sounds like pretty irrational logic. I have several pairs of pants including 2 officer cuts. Never had a problem with buttons falling off.
     
  12. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    What's RRL fullest pants cut?
     
  13. captainshields

    captainshields Senior member

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    Shouldn't even be a possible issue on RRL pants in my opinion though...and several people have said it's a continuing problem.
    But obviously I have nothing personal to base it on yet.
     
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    Probably Regulation chino I would think..
     
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    ^ true. Officer cut is slimmer
     

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